Looking to order some clothes online, where do you get yours? Don't have a certain style so all recommendations welcome.
Other than that I just wear jeans and some black sneakers which are both pretty easy to find on the cheap while still being not terrible. I also have a variety of jackets from real clothing stores but I haven't bought a new one in like 2 years.
I get most of my clothes from Savers (a thrift store).
I have Ralph Lauren, Banana Republic, Brooks Brothers, Zara shirts and jackets.
And I probably paid $5-10 for each. I dont give a fudge if some dude wore, or died in it lol
My underwear is from target though.
You don't seem like the type to shop at Torrid, Deb, or Rainbow, no offense! Haha.
Target has some pretty nice clothes, I'm biased towards the Merona stuff. Also nearly all of my T-shirts are from Fangamer or various conventions/events that I go to. The shirts and hoodies from Fangamer are super soft and really well-made.
I mostly get t-shirts from Hanes or whatever. Jeans whenever there's a sale.
If I have the money (which I don't these days), I always liked Brooks Brothers suits (well, I like Italian suits more but I don't have $2000-$4000 to buy one suit, so let's be real), but BB's less expensive options are still pricey. Lately, sometimes I resort to the lower-grade fused suits from Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, or Hugo Boss you get from department stores. I have a couple of canvassed suits from some years back, though, and it's hard to not wear anything less.
Other than that, I go to the typical stores for clothes that are nicer looking but not the typical t-shirt/jean combo: Gap/Banana Republic, Express, Uniqlo (online), Zara (online), J. Crew, H&M (on occasion), Urban Outfitters (if I want something cool looking in a hipster/douchey way).
I've gotten older and care more about fashion in a casual way, so I occasionally look at men-related sites involving fashion, look at something I think looks rad, and see if it's affordable from some random shop.
The last couple of times I've done some serious clothes shopping, I went to the Eddie Bauer at the local mall. Except for my pants. Those I order online because I'm too tall for the standard pants sizes.
Pretty much this or I go to Moores. Even though they only advertise suits, they've got an excellent selection of stylish jackets, sweaters, polos and jeans.
Sears, JC Penny mostly. But, from time to time I go to specialty shops to buy something nice, like a good dress shirt. I shop for shoes at Zappos.com of course. My mother will buy me stuff from LL Bean (sweaters, slippers, warm-up jackets).
You can always tell rich men, actually rich, not just faking it - from their shirts, their watch, and their shoes. If you want to look impressive always have $700 shoes, $10,000 watch, and a $400 shirt. A nice wallet never hurts too...if you pay for something by pulling out a ratty nylon wallet you're a dead-give-away for a dork.
For anyone with a little extra to love like me, King Size has some great clothes. They're a little on the expensive side, but they run a ton of promotions throughout the year and swap out their selections pretty frequently. K-Mart's online presence has some pretty okay on-the-cheap clothing for big men too, though their selection tends to be a bit more limited depending on the time of year. I use them more for day-to-day t-shirts and pants, whereas I use King Size for more of my nicer clothing.
Clothes prices are ridiculous these days so I buy where I can- usually when I find something I like on the spot that's probably on sale. It's not just Walmart, but Amazon sometimes has decent deals if you look around.
I find buying clothes to be a hassle I don't really want to focus on. 30$ for pants is absurd, but seems to be the norm anywhere but Walmart these days. It kills me.
Macys, Nordstroms, H&M, Forever 21, Jackthreads(and various other websites as long as there's something I want).
For tops I like to keep it basic and usually stay away from graphic tees. I wish I could layer more but San Diego is kind of a bummer for that so I don't have too many jackets and stuff. Then everything else is just jeans, shorts, chinos, sneakers, etc.
Places that have clothes. While I like to look nice, I don't like spending a lot on clothes, so I try to get nice, though somewhat cheaper clothes. It's not because I can't spend the money, it's just I'd like to spend it on other things honestly. I don't buy clothes online, that's just a bit weird to me since you won't know if it fits or not.
A local heavy metal store for shirts , as for the rest from the supermarket ..... jeans and underwear. For tenis / nshoes ... I used to go to a skater style shop as I like those , but right now I have a couple of handed down shoes from my cousins (money has been way too tight for me to afford new shoes)
I sort of don't have anyplace in particular at the moment, except for a sort of skating/urban/whatever shop near where I live. I'm thinking about getting everything online at this point.
I also like Threadless a lot. There's some dumb corny stuff there, but there's also a lot of really good looking shirts from a bunch of artists. Only problem is shipping to Canada costs me way too much.
I have a few online stores I frequently use, like Old Navy and Forever 21. I know what works from their stores so I feel comfortable buying without trying stuff on.
Other than that, I like going to TJ Maxx, sometimes Sears, Target, even Walmart for some stuff. I even check out consignment shops or Goodwill on occasion.
Target. Occasionally I order a tee shirt from the internet. There are so many more things I want to spend my money on than clothing. If I didn't have a pretty strong germ phobia (probably unfounded in this case, but whatever), I would probably get all my clothes from thrift stores.
T-Shirts come from Tee Fury.
Otherwise, Banana Republic. I'm a slim guy, and it's nice to get 30x30 pants that are actually 30x30 pants, and not 36x30 pants with a 30x30 label sewn onto it. Their sizes are pretty consistent, so I'll more than happily just buy stuff without trying it on, and their online shopping works well with their brick and mortar shops. Their dress shirts have a nice cut to them, the polos and tees are soft, and again, it's just a joy to be a 130 pound 5'7" dude and walk out of a store having purchased everything they'd want without compromises.
I actually really like their store card too, as they offer really nice rewards. Their clothes are 25-40% off for card members, and Luxe members get real nice perks. I put a $3500 trip on my card, paid it off in full the next week, and got a $300 Banana Republic reward card. Those stack on top of sales, too.